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Comments: Hi buddies, I just found this site, lets see what happens!!!! My name is Lee Nickel, I was known as "Nick" during my time in the CB's. I joined 9/6/1946 & discharged 5/19/1950. Went to boot camp at Bainbridge , MD. then Little Creek, Va.(CB # 103), then on Port Hueneme to Water Pureification and Distallation School, back to Little Creek then to Argentia, Newfoundland CB#1514 for two years, Great time while there - most weekends in St. John's - I very much enjoyed "the newfies", (I went to visit Newfoundland a couple of years ago), then back to Little Creek, VA. I'd like to hear from anyone who enjoyed that time of their life in The Seabees with me.